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Congratulations to Raptor Rig

Ramey & Schwaller wishes to congratulate its client Raptor Rig on issuance of U.S. Patent Number 10,196,868 titled APPARATUS AND METHODS FOR DOWNHOLE TOOL DEPLOYMENT FOR WELL DRILLING AND OTHER WELL OPERATIONS issued on February 5, 2019.  The patent relates generally to devices and methods usable during well drilling and surface operations. More particularly, the disclosure herein relates to a rig incorporating a coiled tubing injector that engages downhole tools.

Ramey & Schwaller is a full-service intellectual property law firm working with an international client base from our Houston, Texas office.  We are dedicated to enhancing clients results through efficient practice management, innovative technologies and the use of skilled professionals.

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Congratulations to Rowland Xavier Johnson

Ramey & Schwaller wishes to congratulate its client Rowland Xavier Johnson on issuance of U.S. Patent Number 9,429,145 titled Thermal Gradient Hydroelectric Power System and Method on August 30, 2016. The patent is directed to a thermal gradient hydroelectric power system and method.

 

Ramey & Schwaller is a full-service intellectual property law firm working with a national client base from our Houston, Texas office. We are dedicated to enhancing client results through efficient practice management, innovative technologies and the use of skilled professionals.

Congratulations to Coil Solutions, Inc.

Ramey & Schwaller wishes to congratulate its client Coil Solutions, Inc. on issuance of U.S. Patent Number 9,243,463 titled Coil Tubing Injector Apparatus and Method on January 26, 2016. The patent is a coiled tubing injector apparatus for inserting and/or removing coiled tubing from a well head comprising a first injector column and a second injector column forming a central pathway within a frame.

 

Ramey & Schwaller is a full-service intellectual property law firm working with a national client base from our Houston, Texas office. We are dedicated to enhancing client results through efficient practice management, innovative technologies and the use of skilled professionals.

Ramey & Schwaller is pleased to announce that David Fox has joined the Firm effective October 8, 2016!

The Firm is pleased to expand its Life Science Team.  Dr. Fox has over twenty year’s experience in intellectual property including counseling U.S. and international clients on all aspects of U.S. intellectual property law, including patent law in a wide range of technologies, including biotechnology; a Ph.D. in Microbiology from Columbia University; and the sole author of U.S. Patent Opinions and Evaluations, a treatise to be published by in its third edition LexisNexis autumn 2016. Admitted to practice in Texas, Louisiana, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and various U.S. District Courts.

Ramey & Schwaller is a full-service intellectual property law firm working with a national client base from our Houston, Texas office.  We are dedicated to enhancing client results through efficient practice management, innovative technologies, and the use of skilled professionals.

Congratulations to Star Biologics

Ramey & Browning wishes to congratulate its client Star Biologics on the issuance of U.S. Patent Number 8,889,397, titled Nucleotides for prevention and treatment of bacterial and fungal pathologies. The patent relates to a selectively inducible, single-stranded DNA (ssDNA) expression library, a method for constructing a ssDNA expression library, a method for screening ssDNA using the expression library, and a method for identifying ssDNA molecules that alter expression of bacterial and fungal gene(s) related to cell growth and toxin production and secretion.

USPTO October Independent Inventor Conference

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The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) will host its 18th Annual Independent Inventor Conference on October 11-12, 2013, at the USPTO headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia.  A pre-conference workshop will be held the evening of Thursday, October 10.

The conference will address intellectual property (IP) topics relevant to inventors and small businesses.  Attendees can meet senior USPTO experts and participate in panels and breakout sessions addressing specific IP topics relevant to modern inventors and small business owners.

USPTO officials and experts will provide practical information regarding patents, trademarks, and other IP.  Successful business owners and inventors will relate their personal experiences of bringing their ideas to market. Government, legal, and business development entities representatives will discuss commercial best practices resources offered by their organizations.

The location is USPTO Campus, Madison North Auditorium, 600 Dulany St., Alexandria, VA 22314.  Directions, meeting agenda and RSVP details can be found here.